February 1st, 2019
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NEW ENGLAND

With Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, and the rest of the Patriots going for their 6th title, we wanted to showcase 6 current listings with ideal layouts for watching the big game. These living and family rooms are great for viewing parties, no matter your style or party size.


4 Strawberry Drive – 
Barrington, RI

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This open layout is great for stretching your legs and offers enough space to invite everyone over. For those guests who are only there for the snacks and commercials, the adjoining dining room is the perfect place to get away from the crowd circled around the television.

For more information, please visit the property details page by clicking HERE


35 Peeptoad Road – 
Scituate, RI

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A comfortable and charming setting, this room is a great spot to watch the game. The brick fireplace will make sure that, even if the temperature drops, you and your guests will be warm and cozy in this Scituate getaway.

For more information, please visit the property details page by clicking HERE


133 Hartshorn Road – 
East Side of Providence, RI

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This incredible lounge with a built-in TV provides a fantastic view of the game as guests enjoy the surround sound, pool table, and gas fireplace in this theatric setting.

For more information, please visit the property details page by clicking HERE


285 Channel View – 
Warwick, RI

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A stylish fireplace extends up to the vaulted ceiling in this elegant space, ideal for parties of any size. Start chants or take pictures from the balcony overlooking the entire area while you are served platters from the nearby kitchen.

For more information, please visit the property details page by clicking HERE


1268 Westminster St. – 
Providence, RI

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Prefer life in the city? Then this urban gem is a great place to hang out with your fellow fans. This loft apartment enjoys an open feel giving everyone a view of the action and plenty of space.

For more information, please visit the property details page by clicking HERE


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We said 6, but 6 is for Sunday. So we would love for our readers to send a picture of their viewing parties and set-up for the big game on Sunday. Show us how you like to root on the home team in your home. This is not a competition just a chance to show off your love and passion.

Have a fun and safe Super Bowl Sunday!

Go Patriots!!!!

August 29th, 2018
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Books
As summer is now coming to a close and kids are starting to get back into school there may be a need to get that summer reading book they never got around to, or there are new book assignments already. So if you are looking for that very late summer reading book, want to squeeze in one last beach read, want to continue a series you started this summer, or are seeking out a new bookstore to visit, this list is for you. Compiled below are a slew of bookstores across the state and even a few across the border:

 

Bank Square Books                 Savoy Bookshop and Cafe

Mystic, CT                                                        Westerly, RI

Bank Square Books in nearby Mystic and Savoy Bookshop and Cafe in Westerly are two incredible locally-owned locations to browse books. Both are close to the Atlantic Ocean giving you scenic locales perfect to inspire beach reading or stay in at the cafe. The staff organize great author meet and greets and storytimes year-round.

 

Barnes and Noble

 Warwick, Smithfield, and Middletown

Barnes and Noble are the big guys, but their large facilities and multiple locations make them a great spot to check out the newest releases from your favorite authors. Barnes and Noble hosts plenty of free events. If you were a fan of our previous board game post (check it out here) you will be happy to know that Barnes and Noble hosts game nights and has a great selection of tabletop games.

 

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Barrington and Cranston

Barrington Books has two locations, the flagship store in the Barrington town center and a second location in Garden City. Each location is a very walkable shopping area making it easy for you to pop in and browse the selection of books and unique gift ideas.

 

Books on the Square 

Providence

Books on the Square is aptly named for its great location right on Wayland Square. Step in before or after visiting the nearby cafes and catch a weekly storytime or author event. Books on the Square celebrated their 25th-anniversary last year and they remain a local favorite.

 

Island Books

Middletown

Books on the Square celebrated their 25th last year and this year Island Books in Middletown has that honor. This local favorite has remained a hub for book lovers whether they be year-round islanders or just stopping by for the beaches. RI Monthly has consistently named them the best bookstore in Newport County since 2006.

 

Island Bound Bookstore

New Shoreham

Island Bound Bookstore is out on Block Island, so if you are stuck on the Island and hate what you brought or finished already check out this store’s wide selection. Island Bound features both NYT bestsellers as well as local books that capture the beauty and history of the island.

 

Paper Nautilus Books 

Providence

Paper Nautilus is heavily influenced by its proximity to College Hill and its renowned campuses. Paper Nautilus has an eclectic assortment of books and gifts.  Local authors are always in stock and the store prides itself on its H.P. Lovecraft selection. Head in and check out the collection and the visual art displays.

 

RiffRaff Bookstore

Providence

RiffRaff Bookstore is a one of a kind bookstore in the area, not only for its stock of books but in addition to a cafe, it also features a full bar. Discover books from independent presses and new voices as you sip on a cocktail or a coffee.

 

Stillwater Books 

Pawtucket

Right by the historic Slater Mill is this independently owned bookstore filled with both new and used books. Stillwater Books is a huge supporter of local authors with its ever-growing collection, as well as having its own independent publishing company.

 

Symposium Books

Providence

Symposium Books is located downtown right on Westminster Street and provide a variety of new and used goods books as well as vinyl records. They are constantly adding to their collection and have a convenient delivery service for those in the area in need of a last minute gift. This is a popular spot in the heart of Providence for both young and old.

 

Wakefield Books 

Wakefield

Located inside the Wakefield Mall, Wakefield Books is a proud supporter of local authors and its community. They offer discounts for many events and local educators and host local authors monthly. Wakefield Books also has a 24/7 online store perfect for those who have a late night craving for a book.

 

In addition to these great stores offering both new and old these stores are exclusively used bookstores. Do not let that scare you away, these stores have a fantastic selection of books at a discounted price and an ever-revolving inventory. So stop at these locations and peruse the shelves:

Browser Books

Seekonk, MA

This bookstore just over the border in Massachusetts offers a wonderful variety of used books at a deep discount. Their inventory also includes audio books, comics, and a small selection of discounted new hardcovers. Call them up and clean off your shelves and have them buy back your books or textbooks and share with someone else.

 

Cellar Stories 

Providence

Cellar Stories is located in downtown Providence tucked away right near Trinity Rep. Their inventory of used books is the largest in the Ocean State featuring over around 70,000 volumes. While the books are constantly changing the quality is always top notch.

 

 

To see which locations are in your area and their addresses check out the map below:

July 27th, 2018
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1090 Warwick Neck Warwick Exterior 05

Residential Properties Ltd. would like to announce that the DeMascole, Rossi & Mann Associates have completed the sale of 1090 Warwick Neck Avenue, for $1,582,500. According to MLS data, this is the second highest sale in Warwick this year.

The Perkins-Champlin Estate is set on over 6 acres of beautiful coastal waters along Warwick Neck. The surrounding grounds stretch to the water and enjoy stone walls, rolling fields, and an impressive red Carriage House. The bright interior is filled with period details that display fine craftsmanship and mesh flawlessly with the modern amenities.

The buyer was represented by the DeMascole, Rossi & Mann Associates, members of RPL’s East Greenwich office. The successful team is comprised of Sales Associates Louis DeMascole and Debbie Mann, and Broker associate Joanne Rossi. View their agent bios and current listings at DRMRealtyRI.com.